November 24, 2020

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Chambers USA 2020 Recognizes Dorsey Lawyers and Practices

MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that 62 of its lawyers and 23 of its practices across eight of its U.S. offices were ranked by Chambers and Partners in its annual survey, Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2020. In addition to the practices in eight Dorsey offices that were ranked at the state level, the Firm’s Native American Law practice was ranked on the national level. The following Dorsey lawyers were ranked individually by Chambers in its latest guide: National Skip Durocher – Native American Law Stephen Lucke – ERISA Litigation Sativa Rasmussen – Cannabis Law: Western U.S. Richard Silberberg – International Arbitration: Arbitrators Mary Streitz – Native American Law Anchorage Louisiana Cutler – Litigation: General Commercial Michael Mills – Corporate/M&A; Bankruptcy/Restructuring Joan Travostino – Real Estate Denver Betty Arkell – Corporate/M&A Charlene Krogh – Intellectual Property Lee Osman – Intellectual Property Ken Sam – Natural Resources and Energy Gregory Tamkin – Intellectual Property Des Moines William Miller – Litigation: General Commercial David Tank – Litigation: General Commercial Minneapolis Elizabeth Buckingham – Intellectual Property Michelle Grant – Litigation: General Commercial Mark Hamel – Real Estate Jocelyn Knoll – Construction James Langdon – Litigation: General Commercial Jay Lindgren – Real Estate: Zoning & Land Use Michael Lindsay – Antitrust Ed Magarian – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations John Marsalek – Corporate/M&A John Marti – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations David Meyer – Real Estate Ryan Mick – Labor & Employment Marcus Mollison – Real Estate Robert Olson – Real Estate Melissa Raphan – Labor & Employment Robert Rosenbaum – Corporate/M&A Eric Ruzicka – Construction Alyson Van Dyk – Real Estate Steve Wells – Litigation: General Commercial RJ Zayed – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations Missoula Steve Bell – Litigation: General Commercial Erin McCrady – Corporate/M&A Dan Semmens – Corporate/M&A New York Sandra Edelman – Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright Bruce Ewing – Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright Salt Lake City Alan Bell – Corporate/M&A Bryon Benevento – Litigation: General Commercial Brett Foster – Intellectual Property L. Grant Foster – Intellectual Property Megan Houdeshel – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries Benjamin Machlis – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries Steve Marsden – Litigation: General Commercial David Marx – Corporate/M&A Kimberly Neville – Litigation: General Commercial Wells Parker – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries Bryan Pratt – Intellectual Property William Prince – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries Tiffany Shimada – Intellectual Property Marcus Simon – Intellectual Property Nolan Taylor – Corporate/M&A Matthew Wells – Corporate/M&A Seattle Chris Barry – Corporate/Commercial Michael Droke – Labor & Employment Kimton Eng – Intellectual Property Aaron Goldstein – Labor & Employment John Hollinrake – Tax Paul Meiklejohn – Intellectual Property The following Dorsey practices were ranked or otherwise recognized (*) by Chambers in its latest guide: NationwideNative American LawEnergy: Mining & Metals – Transactional* Anchorage Corporate/M&A Litigation: General Commercial Denver Intellectual Property Des Moines Litigation: General Commercial Minneapolis Antitrust Construction Corporate/M&A Labor & Employment Litigation: General Commercial Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations Real Estate Missoula Corporate/M&A Litigation: General Commercial Natural Resources & Environment New York Corporate/M&A: Highly RegardedIntellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright Salt Lake City Corporate/M&A Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries Intellectual Property Litigation: General Commercial Seattle Corporate/Commercial Intellectual Property Chambers surveys and interviews clients and lawyers across the United States to determine which firms and attorneys are considered leaders in their field. Rankings assess key qualities in the legal field, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence and commitment. About Dorsey & Whitney LLP Clients have relied on Dorsey since 1912 as a valued business partner. With locations across the United States and in Canada, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, Dorsey provides an integrated, proactive approach to its clients' legal and business needs. Dorsey represents a number of the world's most successful companies from a wide range of industries, including leaders in banking & financial institutions, development & infrastructure, energy & natural resources, food, beverage & agribusiness, healthcare and technology, as well as major non-profit and government entities. Contacts Jeri [email protected]

MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that 62 of its lawyers and 23 of its practices across eight of its U.S. offices were ranked by Chambers and Partners in its annual survey, Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2020. In addition to the practices in eight Dorsey offices that were ranked at the state level, the Firm’s Native American Law practice was ranked on the national level.

The following Dorsey lawyers were ranked individually by Chambers in its latest guide:

National

Skip Durocher – Native American Law

Stephen Lucke – ERISA Litigation

Sativa Rasmussen – Cannabis Law: Western U.S.

Richard Silberberg – International Arbitration: Arbitrators

Mary Streitz – Native American Law

Anchorage

Louisiana Cutler – Litigation: General Commercial

Michael Mills – Corporate/M&A; Bankruptcy/Restructuring

Joan Travostino – Real Estate

Denver

Betty Arkell – Corporate/M&A

Charlene Krogh – Intellectual Property

Lee Osman – Intellectual Property

Ken Sam – Natural Resources and Energy

Gregory Tamkin – Intellectual Property

Des Moines

William Miller – Litigation: General Commercial

David Tank – Litigation: General Commercial

Minneapolis

Elizabeth Buckingham – Intellectual Property

Michelle Grant – Litigation: General Commercial

Mark Hamel – Real Estate

Jocelyn Knoll – Construction

James Langdon – Litigation: General Commercial

Jay Lindgren – Real Estate: Zoning & Land Use

Michael Lindsay – Antitrust

Ed Magarian – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

John Marsalek – Corporate/M&A

John Marti – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

David Meyer – Real Estate

Ryan Mick – Labor & Employment

Marcus Mollison – Real Estate

Robert Olson – Real Estate

Melissa Raphan – Labor & Employment

Robert Rosenbaum – Corporate/M&A

Eric Ruzicka – Construction

Alyson Van Dyk – Real Estate

Steve Wells – Litigation: General Commercial

RJ Zayed – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

Missoula

Steve Bell – Litigation: General Commercial

Erin McCrady – Corporate/M&A

Dan Semmens – Corporate/M&A

New York

Sandra Edelman – Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright

Bruce Ewing – Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright

Salt Lake City

Alan Bell – Corporate/M&A

Bryon Benevento – Litigation: General Commercial

Brett Foster – Intellectual Property

L. Grant Foster – Intellectual Property

Megan Houdeshel – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries

Benjamin Machlis – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries

Steve Marsden – Litigation: General Commercial

David Marx – Corporate/M&A

Kimberly Neville – Litigation: General Commercial

Wells Parker – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries

Bryan Pratt – Intellectual Property

William Prince – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries

Tiffany Shimada – Intellectual Property

Marcus Simon – Intellectual Property

Nolan Taylor – Corporate/M&A

Matthew Wells – Corporate/M&A

Seattle

Chris Barry – Corporate/Commercial

Michael Droke – Labor & Employment

Kimton Eng – Intellectual Property

Aaron Goldstein – Labor & Employment

John Hollinrake – Tax

Paul Meiklejohn – Intellectual Property

The following Dorsey practices were ranked or otherwise recognized (*) by Chambers in its latest guide:

Nationwide
Native American Law
Energy: Mining & Metals – Transactional*

Anchorage

Corporate/M&A

Litigation: General Commercial

Denver

Intellectual Property

Des Moines

Litigation: General Commercial

Minneapolis

Antitrust

Construction

Corporate/M&A

Labor & Employment

Litigation: General Commercial

Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

Real Estate

Missoula

Corporate/M&A

Litigation: General Commercial

Natural Resources & Environment

New York

Corporate/M&A: Highly Regarded
Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright

Salt Lake City

Corporate/M&A

Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries

Intellectual Property

Litigation: General Commercial

Seattle

Corporate/Commercial

Intellectual Property

Chambers surveys and interviews clients and lawyers across the United States to determine which firms and attorneys are considered leaders in their field. Rankings assess key qualities in the legal field, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence and commitment.

About Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Clients have relied on Dorsey since 1912 as a valued business partner. With locations across the United States and in Canada, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, Dorsey provides an integrated, proactive approach to its clients' legal and business needs. Dorsey represents a number of the world's most successful companies from a wide range of industries, including leaders in banking & financial institutions, development & infrastructure, energy & natural resources, food, beverage & agribusiness, healthcare and technology, as well as major non-profit and government entities.

Contacts

Jeri Longtin-Kloss
+1.612.492.5315
[email protected]

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